Nicholas Dunn-McAffee is a Visiting Researcher from the University of York, UK. He is an expert on Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s “double works of art,” which are paired paintings and poems in dialogue with each other. Join Nicholas for a gallery talk in The Rossettis exhibition on the painting, Lady Lilith, and learn more about its relationship with its corresponding text.
Image: Lady Lilith (detail), 1866-1868 (altered 1872-1873). Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828–1882). Oil on canvas, 39 × 34 inches. Delaware Art Museum, Samuel and Mary R. Bancroft Memorial, 1935.